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A Personal Bookshelf is automatically created for you to save an archive of your highlights and notes as you conduct research. Once you sign in and start annotating any document, your annotations will be saved automatically.
Search by choosing simple or advanced (by keyword, full-text, publisher, or author). Use Boolean or proximity operators.
Instantly open documents in QuickView by clicking on a book jacket or title. No downloads or installations are required.
Navigate using the table of contents, which shows search results at the chapter level. You may also navigate to every occurrence of your search term in a document, flip through pages, or go to specific page numbers.
Launch the ebrary Reader for added functionality by “clicking on the ebrary Reader” button. The book will open in its own Java application separate from the search results in your browser. To return to your search results, close the Reader window or switch back to your browser application.
Use ebrary InfoTools™ to expand your research to other library resources and information on the web. Many InfoTools features can be activated by selecting words of interest in a document.
Copy and print with automatic citations. Use Preferences on the InfoTools menu to choose from four citation styles. ebrary citations include a URL back to the source.
Highlight text with or without notes and post multiple notes to a page. They are automatically stored on your personal bookshelf.
Add a hyperlink to selected text. Once you locate relevant, online information from other sources using InfoTools, create a hyperlink in the ebrary document directly to that source.
Sign out of the BRAVeCONTENT portal when you are done. This ensures that you don't get error 'This account is currently in use' whenever you try to sign in. Please contact BRA support (firstname.lastname@example.org) whenever you get this message.
512MB RAM Minimum; 1GB RAM or more recommended.
For Unity Reader, Java Standard Edition Runtime Environment 1.6 (JRE version 6) Minimum.
Microsoft Windows (XP or later), Macintosh (OS X), or UNIX platforms using FireFox, Internet Explorer (on Windows), or Safari (Macintosh).
Detailed Requirements are available on the Help page once you sign in.
Also, see out http://site.ebrary.com/help/en/system_requirements.htm for more details.
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